After a long hiatus, beloved K-pop girl group Blackpink is back with new music and a world tour.
Singaporean Blinks, prepare to take 13 May 2023 off, as Blackpink’s world tour will be stopping by Singapore for one show.
Yes, there were solo debuts during their hiatus. And Jennie, Jisoo, Rose, and Lisa have been keeping busy between comebacks, with lots of modeling work and being ambassadors for big brands like Dior and Chanel.
But it really has been two years since the group’s last album, aptly titled The Album.
They put out absolute bops like “How You Like That”, “Lovesick Girls”, as well as a collaboration with American singer-actress Selena Gomez with “Ice Cream”.
Blackpink, who debuted in 2016 with iconic hits like “Boombayah” and “Whistle”, will be releasing their anticipated second studio album, Born Pink, in September 2022.
They will be dropping “Pink Venom”, the first single from the upcoming album, on 19 August. You can expect music videos with record-breaking budgets for “Pink Venom” and title track “Born Pink”, according to their agency YG Entertainment.
Born Pink World Tour
At midnight on 9 August, Blackpink dropped their tour schedule on their social media platforms.
The members will kick off their world tour in Seoul, Korea on 15 and 16 October. They will then perform in seven cities in North America, and then seven European cities in November and December.
The tour will then continue in 2023, where they will perform in Bangkok, Hong Kong, Riyadh, Abu Dhabi, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Kaohsiung, and Manila across January and March.
In May, the group will be arriving in Singapore to do one show on 13 May 2023.
Afterwards, they will have three shows in Australia in June. More dates and stops could also be announced later.
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